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Vol. 31. Núm. S5.
The 3rd International Nursing & Health Sciences Students & Health Care Professionals Conference (INHSP) 2019
Páginas S783-S787 (Diciembre 2021)
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Vol. 31. Núm. S5.
The 3rd International Nursing & Health Sciences Students & Health Care Professionals Conference (INHSP) 2019
Páginas S783-S787 (Diciembre 2021)
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The comparison of the effectiveness of respiratory muscle exercises (RME) and incentive spirometry exercises (ISE) on improvement of lung function post mechanical ventilation: A literature review
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Herlina Masak Pasolanga,b, Takdir Tahira,
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takdirtahir@unhas.ac.id

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, Siti Nurjannaha,c
a Faculty of Nursing, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia
b Awal Bros Hospital, Makassar, Indonesia
c Anwar Makkatutu Hospital, Bantaeng, Indonesia
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Table 1. Synthesis grid articles related to the effectiveness of respiratory muscle exercise (RME) and incentive spirometry exercises (ISE) to improve lung function after mechanical ventilation.
Abstract
Objectives

To compare the effectiveness of respiratory muscle exercise (RME) and incentive spirometry exercises (ISE) to improve lung function after mechanical ventilation.

Methods

This was a systematic literature review by searching through a database; PubMed, Cochrane, Science Direct, Google Scholar, and DOAJ.

Results

Nine articles were identified according to eligibility criteria, and all of them evaluated the effectiveness of breathing exercises with ISE. Such exercise has been significant in improving lung function; three articles that evaluate related to the direct title, namely RME with diaphragmatic breathing and ISE, the results are significant for improvement in lung function.

Conclusions

Several studies have concluded that breathing exercises (BE) by training diaphragmatic breathing muscles include RME and ISE, significantly improve lung function.

Keywords:
Post mechanical ventilation
Respiratory muscle exercises
Incentive spirometry
Lung function

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